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ANNUAL REPORTS

of the

TOWN OF

STRAFFORD



For the Year Ending
December 31, 1982



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DOVER, N.H.



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INDEX

Town Officers 4

Town Warrant 6

Town Budget 10

Summary Inventory of Valuation 13

Financial Report 14

Uniform Classification 15

Detail Statement of Payments 18

Schedule of Town Property 19

Town Treasurer's Report 20

Town Clerk's Report 21

Town Meeting 22

Tax Collector's Report 27

Strafford Conservation Commission 30

Reports regarding the Library 31

Report of Trust Funds 36

Report of Police Department 37

Report of Fire Department 37

Report of Town Forest Fire Warden 38

Report of Recreation Committee 39

Report of Dog Officer 39

1 982 Strafford Civil Defense Activities 40

Planning Board Report 1 982 40

Strafford School District Officers 43

Report of School Warrant 44

Report of School District Treasurer 45

School District Detailed Statement of Receipts 46

Financial Report of School 46

School District Detailed Expenditures 47

Strafford School Lunch Program 52

Strafford School Nurse Report 55

Report of Superintendent 56

Salary of Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent 60

School District School Calendar 61

School District Revenues and Credits 61

School District Budget 62

Minutes of Strafford School District Meeting 68

Vital Statistics 71



Thomas L. Davis
James O. Wilder



Jo Ann Brown



TOWN OFFICERS

SELECTMEN

S. William Talvio (resigned)
Albert W. Leighton (filling balance of term)

TOWN CLERK

Billye Waldron

TOWN TREASURER

Phyllis Lynbourg

TAX COLLECTOR

Marjorie Stiles

MODERATOR

Russell C. Shillaber

SUPERVISORS OF CHECK LIST

Myrtle Hammer Dorothy Bernaatz

HEALTH OFFICER

Harold McDonald



AUDITORS

Stephen J. Seeman, Ph.D.

TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS



M. Justine Leighton



Katrina Rhodes



Loren Pierce



Errol Clark

LIBRARY TRUSTEES

AnnTabory

LIBRARIAN

Ellen E. Stiles

FIRE WARDEN

Wilbur Rainey

DEPUTIES

George Thome



Robert Sawyer

Eleanor G. Sawyer

BerniceOmand



John MacDougall



Harley Winkley



Howard Ambrose



ROAD AGENT

Radford Messenger

CIVIL DEFENSE DIRECTOR

Robert L. Evans

BUILDING INSPECTOR

Harold McDonald

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Jannes P. Savitts William Porter Carl Brown -Chief of Police

R. Stephen Leighton E. Laurentz

Andrea Crosby - Dog Officer

PLANNING BOARD

Lester Huckins Thomas Davis Mark Thompson

David Dupee David Whitcher



David Bennett



ALTERNATES

John Creamer



John Penney



BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Philip Dame ReneA. Morin Robert Chadbourn

John O'Brien Verna Davis



John Bozak
Neil Mooers



ALTERNATES

Albert Leighton Michael Barry

CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Gail Barry Jo Ann Brown

James Collin David Bennett



Robert Omand
Denis Thorne



RECREATION COMMISSION



John B. Penney
Bruce Matthews



TOWN WARRANT
THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

The polls will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

To the Inhabitants of the Town of Strafford in the County of Strafford in
said State, qualified to vote in Town Affairs:

You are hereby notified to meet at Strafford Elementary School in said
Strafford on Tuesday, the 8th day of March, next at ten of the clock in the
forenoon, to act upon the following subjects:
** 1 . To choose all necessary Town Officers for the year ensuing.

2. To raise such sums of money as may be necessary to defray
town charges for the ensuing year and make appropriations of the same.
**NOTE: All articles except No. 1 will be taken up at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday,
March 8, 1983 at the Elementary School.

3. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and authorize the
withdrawal from the Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provi-
sions of the State Local Assistance Act of 1 972 for use as set offs against
budgeted appropriations for the following specific purposes and in
amounts indicated herein or take any other action thereon:

APPROPRIATION AMOUNT

Ambulance $2,000

Fire Department 1 ,200

Library 1,000

Police Department 2,000

Recreation Commission 300

Rural Health 1,000

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $30,000 to
convert a portion of the Bow Lake Firehouse into Town Office space and
make the present Town Office available to the Strafford School District
for school use.

5. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $12,000 for the
operation and maintenance of the Police Department ($2,000 from
Revenue Sharing).

6. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $5,541 as the
Town's share of the cost of providing ambulance service by the Center
Barnstead Fire Department ($2,000 from Revenue Sharing).

7. To see if the Town will accept Town Road Aid and appropriate
$1,000.58 to which the State of New Hampshire will contribute
$6,670.55.

8. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $125,000 for High-



ways and Bridges.

9. To see if the Town will approve and appropriate money for a
change in the Town Clerk's salary from $750 to $1,000 per year.

10. To see if the Town will vote to pay $4.50 per hour for all hourly
labor.

11. To see if the Town will vote to increase the pay for the Assistant
to the Selectmen from $5.30 to $5.75 per hour.

12. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $1,000 for
maintenance and supplies for the Rescue Vehicle.

1 3. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $1 ,000 for training
purposes for the members of SMERT.

14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of $3,500
for the following equipment for the Fire Department:

1. 1, 000 ft. of forestry hose- 1 ^4" $1,000

2. High band Portable radio/truck unit $1,000

3. 5 full sets of turnout gear $1,500

1 5. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of $1 3,1 05
to operate and maintain the Fire Department ($1 ,200 from Revenue Shar-
ing).

1 6. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $64,843 to purchase
and equip a 1983 FMC Roughneck Pumper consisiting of a 750 G.P.M.
pump and a 1 ,000 gallon tank.

17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $6,500 for the
operation and maintenance of the Strafford Library ($1,000 from
Revenue Sharing).

18. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $10,000 for Public
Welfare.

19. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $200 for the obser-
vance of Memorial Day.

20. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $200 as a donation
to the Bow Lake Community Club to help defray the cost of the Fourth of
July fireworks display.

21 . To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $3,000 for the sup-
port of the Recreation Commission ($300 from Revenue Sharing).

22. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $5,577 for the sup-
port of the Rural District Health Council ($1,000 from Revenue Sharing).

23. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate $20,000 to operate
and maintain the Town's solid waste disposal center.

24. To see if the Town will exempt the Crown Point Grange Hall and
the Bow Lake Grange Hall (now the property of the Bow Lake Community
Club) from the list of taxable property. Both are non-profit organizations.
(By petition)

25. To see if the Town will vote to go on record in support of imme-



diate action by the Federal Government to control and reduce acid rain
which is harnnful to the environment and economy of Strafford and to the
health and welfare of the people of Strafford. (By petition)
These actions shall include:

1. Reduce by at least half the major causes of acid rain, sulfur
dioxide emissions by the year 1990.

2. Conclude negotiations and adopt a treaty with the govern-
ment of Canada, that will commit both nations to the same
goal. The record of the vote on this article shall be transmit-
ted to the N.H. Congressional Delegation and to the President
of the United States.

26. To see if the Town will vote to accept Parshley Lane as a Town
Road, Parshley Lane meets all specifications for subdivision roads. (By
petition)

27. To see if the Town will vote to accept as a public road the follow-
ing:

Barberry Lane, in Whig Hill Estates, approximately 1100' in
length. This road was built to town standards and completed in
1980 in gravel. Town to accept pending tar surface during sum-
mer of 1983.

Beaver Brook Drive, in Whig Hill Estates, approximately 900' in
length. This road was built to town standards and completed in
1980 in gravel. Town to accept pending tar surface during sum-
mer of 1983.

Ledgewood Drive, in Whig Hill Estates, approximately 600' in
length. This road was built to town standards and completed in
1980 in gravel. Town to accept pending tar surface during sum-
mer of 1983.

28. To see if the Town will vote to accept as public roads the follow-
ing in Little Valley Acres sub-division:

River Road from the Leighton's Corner Road westerly to its junc-
tion with the Stacy Road; then the entire Stacy Road, including
the cul-de-sac, being a total of 2,800 feet.

These roads have been constructed according to town
specifications and have a bituminous surface.

29. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the sum of
$600 for the Seacoast Task Force on Family Violence, a private nonprofit
organization, which operates A SAFE PLACE, a shelter for battered
women and their children, which provides shelter and supportive ser-



vices to residents of tlie Town of Strafford. (By petition)

30. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to apply
for, accept and expend money from the State, Federal, or other govern-
mental unit or a private source which becomes available during the year
in accordance with procedures set forth in RSA 31:95b.

31 . To see if the Town will vote to authorize prepayment of resident
taxes and to authorize the Tax Collector to accept prepayments as pro-
vided by RSA 80:1a.

32. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to convey
property or tax liens acquired by the Town by tax collector's deed, by
public auction, or advertised sealed bid or in such other manner as deter-
mined by the Selectmen or as justice may require.

33. To see if the Town will grant a 2% discount on taxes paid within
ten days of the mailing of the tax bill.

34. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to borrow money
in anticipation of taxes.

35. To transact any other business that may legally come before this
meeting.

Given under our hands and seal, this 16th day of February, in the year
of our Lord nineteen hundred and eighty-three.

Thomas L. Davis
James O. Wilder
Albert W. Leighton
Selectmen of Strafford
A true copy of Warrant — Attest:
Thomas L. Davis
James O. Wilder
Albert W. Leighton
Selectmen of Strafford



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF STRAFFORD, NH







Actual


Appropr.




Appropr.


Expend.


Ensuing Fiscal




1982


1982


1983


Purposes of Appropriation


(1982-83)


(1982-83)


(1983-84)


GENERAL GOVERNMENT








Town Officers Salary


$ 8,400


$ 8,684


$ 9,000


Town Officers Expenses


9,700


9,245


10,000


Election and Registration








Expenses


1,500


1,495


1,000


General Government Buildings


2,000


2,335


2,000


Reappraisal of Property


1,500


2,000


2,000


Planning and Zoning & Postage


1,300


605


1,000


Legal Expenses


2,000


806


2,000


Advertising and Regional








Association


1,000


1,172


1,200


Contingency Fund


1,000





1,000


Auto Permits


1,950


1,982


2,100


PUBLIC SAFETY








Police Department


12,000


9,568


12,000


Fire Department


12,000


14,399


13,000


Civil Defense


250





250


Dispatch Center-Art. 37


2,495








HIGHWAYS; STREETS & BRIDGES








Town Maintenance


75,000


84,089


75,000


General Highway Department








Expenses


50,000


32,212


50,000


Town Road Aid


996


996


1,000


Street Lighting


1,600


1,509


1,600



SANITATION
Solid Waste Disposal 15,000 10,140 20,000

HEALTH
Health Department R.D.H.C.
Hospitals and Ambulances
Animal Control
Vital Statistics
SMERT



10



4,989


4,989


5,577


4,771


4,771


5,541


1,200


1,028


1,200


300


295


400


1,000




1,000







Actual


Appropr.




Appropr.


Expend.


EnsuBig Fiscal




1982


1982


Year 1983


Purposes of Appropriation


(1982-83)


(1982-83)


(1983-84)


HEALTH cont.








Upgrading Rescue Vehicle


$ 1,430


$ 3,057




Training Rescue Crew


1,000




1,000



WELFARE



General Assistance & Welfare


10,000


4,780


10,000


Safe Place






600


CULTURE AND RECREATION








Library


6,408


6,280


6,500


Parks and Recreation


3,300


2,895


3,000


Patriotic Purposes Mem. Day








and Fireworks


400


400


400


Conservation Commission


200


50


200



750


739


800


5,000


3,457


3,500


10,000


5,000


5,000


3,500


3,500



65,000



DEBT SERVICE
Interest Expense - Tax Antici-
pation Notes 5,000 5,109 5,000

CAPITAL OUTLAY
Tax Map
Fire Dept. Equip.
Ricky Nelson Rd.
Replace Bridge
Fire Truck
Converting Bow Lake Fire-
house to Town Offices 30,000

OPERATION TRANSFERS OUT
Payments to Capital Reserve
Funds Refuse Center 15,000 15,000

MISCELLANEOUS
PICA, Retirement & Pension
Contributions 3,000 3,026 3,500

Insurance 7,200 11,269 12,000

TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS $284,139 $256,882 $364,368



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Less: Amount of Estimated Reven


ues, Exclusive


of Taxes


$150,601


Amount of Taxes to be Raised (Exclusive of Sclnool




and County Taxes)






$213,767




Estimated


Actual


Estimated




Revenue


Revenue


Revenue




1982


1982


1983


Sources of Revenue


(1982-83)


(1982-83)


(1983-84)


TAXES








Resident Taxes


$ 11,200


$ 11,700


$ 11,500


Yield Taxes


7,500


10,169


10,000


Interest & Penalties on Taxes


3,000


9,351


5,000


Inventory Penalties


500


193


200


INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES






Meals and Rooms Tax


8,191


9,033


9,000


Interest and Dividends Tax


7,430


3,414


3,500


Savings Bank Tax


2,417


4,537


4,500


Highway Subsidy


8,405


8,867


13,407


Addtl. Highway Subsidy


9,099


9,207


8,644


Business Profits Tax




13,047


13,000


Auto Fees




2,457


2,500


LICENSES AND PERMITS








Motor Vehicle Permit Fees


46,000


54,753


55,000


Dog Licenses


1,300


1,236


1,200



Business Licenses, Permits
and Filing Fees

CHARGES FOR SERVICES

Income from Departments

Rec, Cons. History Bk.
Planning Board & Bd. of

Adjustment
Vital Statistics

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES
interest on Deposits

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Withdrawal from Capital Reserve
Revenue Sharing Fund

TOTAL REVENUES AND
CREDITS



1,000



850



3,000



7,848



983



1,296

663
182

3,310

10,000
7,848



1,000



1,000

500
150

3,000



7,500



$117,740 $162,246 $150,601



12



SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION
TAX YEAR 1982

Land $22,738,842

Buildings 29,410,888

Public Service Co. of NH & City of Rochester 1 ,488,700

House trailers, mobile homes, travel trailers

Assessed as Personal Property 48 11 5,400

TOTAL VALUATION BEFORE

EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED $53,753,830

Elderly Exemptions 58 579,200

TOTAL EXEMPTIONS ALLOWED 579,200

NEW VALUATION ON WHICH TAX RATE IS

COMPUTED $53,1 74,630

Number of Inventories distributed in 1982 1,164

Date 1982 Inventories mailed 3/23/82

Number of Inventories returned in 1,037

Number of Individuals Applying for Elderly Exemption

in 1981 10 @ 5,000

32 @ 10,000

7 @ 15,000

15 @ 20,000

Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption

in 1981 10 @ 5,000

27 @ 10,000

6 @ 15,000

15 @ 20,000

Number of Property Owners granted Current Use Exemption: 215
Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use in 1982 13,764



TYPE


No.


of Owners


Nc


). of Acres


Farmland:




75




806


Forestland: White Pine




151




3,715


Hardwood




157




6,370


Wildland: Unproductive




21




889


Productive




24




1,221


Wetland:




60




761



13



FINANCIAL REPORT
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1983

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was taken
from official records and is complete to the best of our knowledge and
belief.
Dated 11 Feb. 1983

Thomas L. Davis, James O. Wilder, Albert W. Leighton

ASSETS

Cash:

All funds in custody of treasurer $ 76,198.72

Cert, of Deposit 100,000.00

Revenue Sharing Acct 215.74

TOTAL CASH $176,414.46

Recycling Center 47,176.65

TOTAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS ... 47,1 76.65

ACCOUNTS DUE TO THE TOWN
Due from State: Bal. '82 TRA acct 4,669.25

TOTAL ACCOUNTS DUE TO THE TOWN 4,669.25

UNREDEEMED TAXES:

Levy of 1981 28,481.61

Levy of 1980 20,661.97

TOTAL UNREDEEMED TAXES 49,1 43.38

UNCOLLECTED TAXES:

Levy of 1982 155,156.67

Levy of 1981 174,53

Previous Years 4,098.89

TOTAL UNCOLLECTED TAXES 159,430.09

GRAND TOTAL $436,833.83



Fund Balance -Dec. 31, 1981 17,921.53

Fund Balance -Dec. 31, 1982 55,449.76

Change in Financial Condition 37,528.23

LIABILITIES

ACCOUNTS OWED BY THE TOWN:

Unexpended Revenue Sharing Funds ... 215.74

Yield Tax Deposits (Escrow Acct.) 7,207.43

School District Tax Payable 322,115.00

TOTAL ACCOUNTS OWED BY THE TOWN $329,538.17



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STATE AND TOWN JOINT HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION ACCOUNTS
Unexpended balance in State Treasury

'82TRAacct $ 4,669.25

TOTAL OF STATE AND TOWN JOINT

HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION ACCT $ 4,669.25

CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS:

Recycling Center 47,176.65

TOTAL CAPITAL RESERVE FUNDS .... 47,1 76.65

TOTAL LIABILITIES $381 ,384.07

Fund Balance 55,449.76

GRAND TOTAL $436,833.83



RECEIPTS

FROM LOCAL TAXES:

Property Taxes -Current Year -1982 .... 653,085.00

Resident Taxes - Current Year - 1 982 .... 1 0,1 40.00

Yield Taxes -Current Year -1982 7,515.00

Property Taxes and Yield Taxes -

Previous Years 95,806.00

Resident Taxes -Previous Years 1,560.00

Interest received on Delinquent Taxes . . 9,243.00

Penalties: Resident Taxes 301.00

Tax sales redeemed 36,380.00

Posting Costs & Abatements 10,722.00

Total taxes Collected and Remitted ... $824,752.00

INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVENUES

Meals and Rooms Tax 9,033.00

Interest and Dividends Tax 3,41 4.00

Savings Bank Tax 4,537.00

Highway Subsidy 8,867.00

Addt'l. Highway Subsidy 9,207.00

Business Profits Tax 13,047.00

Forest Fire Training 23.00

Auto Fees 2,457.00

Vital Statistics 182.00

Total Intergovernmental Revenues .... 50,767.00

LICENSES AND PERMITS

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 54,753.00

Dog Licenses 1 ,236.00



15



LICENSES AND PERMITS continued
Business Licenses, Permits and
Filing Fees $ 983.00

Total Licenses and Permits

CHARGES FOR SERVICES
Income from Departments History books,

RecCons 1,296.00

Planning Board & Board of Adjustment .. 663.00

Total Charge for Services

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES

Interest on Deposits 3,31 0.00

Taxes Bought by Town 41 ,690.00

Road Bond 300.00

Insurance Adjustment 923.00

Total Miscellaneous Revenues

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES

Withdrawal from Capital Reserve 10,000.00

Revenue Sharing Fund 7,848.00

Surplus Funds Investment 1 00,1 1 1 .00

Total Other Financing Sources

NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS

Proceedsof Tax Anticipation Notes 150,000.00

Yield Tax Security Deposits 7,207.00

Total Non-Revenue Receipts

TOTAL RECEIPTS FROM ALL SOURCES

(lessl INSF.check$8.)

Cash on Hand January 1 , 1 982

GRAND TOTAL



$ 56,972.00



1,959.00



46,233.00



117,959.00



157,207.00

1,255,841.00

90,722.00

1,346,563.00



PAYMENTS

GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town Officers salaries 8,113.00

Town Officers expenses 9,107.00

Election and Registration expenses 1 ,495.00

General Government Buildings 2,335.00

Reappraisal of Property & Tax Map 2,739.00

Planning and Zoning 431 .00

Legal Expenses 806.00

Advertising and Regional Association .. 1,172.00



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GENERAL GOVERNMENT continued:
Auto Permits $ 1,982.00

Total General Governmental Expenses $ 28,180.00

PUBLIC SAFETY

Police Department 9,568.00

Fire Department 14,399.00

Building Inspection 709.00

Other Public Safety Expenses SMERT . , . 3,057.00

Total Public Safety Expenses 27,733.00

HIGHWAYS, STREETS, BRIDGES

Town Maintenance 84,088.00

General Highway Department Expenses . 40,717.00

Town Road Aid 996.00

Street Light 1,509.00

Total Highways and Bridges Expenses 127,310.00

SANITATION
Solid Waste Disposal 10,141.00

Total Sanitation Expenses 10,141.00

HEALTH

Hospitals and Ambulances 9,760.00

Animal Control 1 ,029.00

Vital Statistics 295.00

Total Health Expenses 11 ,084.00

WELFARE
General Assistance Welfare 4,780.00

Total Welfare Expenses 4,780.00

CULTURE AND RECREATION

Library 6,281.00

Parks and Recreation 2,896.00

Patriotic Purposes 400.00

Conservation Commission 50.00

Total Culture and Recreational

Expenses 9,627.00

DEBT SERVICE
Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation Notes 5,1 09.00

Total Debt Service Payments 5,1 09.00

OPERATING TRANSFERS OUT
Payments to Surplus Funds 100.000.00

Total Operation Transfers Out 100,000.00



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MISCELLANEOUS

PICA, Retirement & Pension Contributions $ 3,027.00

Insurance 11,270.00

Total Miscellaneous Expenses $ 14,297.00

UNCLASSIPIED:

Payments on Tax Anticipation Notes .... 150,000.00

Taxes bought by town 41 ,691 .00

Discounts, abatements and refunds ..... 1 2,556.00

Paymients to trustees of trust funds 15,000.00

Yield Tax Deposit Refund 1,734.00

Total Unclassified Expenses 220,981 .00

PAYMENTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL DIVISIONS;

Taxes paid to County 130,766.00

Payments to School Districts (1982 tax
370,356) (1983 tax 21 0,000) 580,356.00

Total Payments to Other Governmental

Divisions 711,122.00

Total Payments for all Purposes 1 ,270,364.00

Cash on hand December 31, 1982 76,199.00

GRAND TOTAL 1,346,563.00



TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES

Thomas L Davis $1 ,079.88

James O. Wilder 979.92

William Talvio 666.41

Albert Leighton 600.00

Marjorie Stiles 1 ,893.56

Phyllis Lynbourg 1 ,399.86

Billye Waldron 750.00

Roger Leighton 260.48

Fred Wagner 223.11

M. Justine Leighton 60.00

Robert Sawyer 1 00.00

Stephen Seeman 1 00.00

Harold McDonald 571.62

$8,684.84



TOWN OFFICERS EXPENSES

Equity Publishers $ 85.00

Pitney Bowes (copier) 601 .05

Brown & Saltnnarsh 72.00

Ellen White 146.61

Meaders 158.17

Ridings Press, Inc 1 ,257.00

Village Printer 28.35

Copy Rite 98.35

Gloria Creamer 4,039.34

MoslerSafe 5.00

Laura Carey 1 49.84

William Lynbourg (Postmaster) 685.49

BillyeWaldron 87.54

Anita Evans ' 1 7.00

American Business Capital 402.56

Marjorie Stiles 1 34.81

Thomas L. Davis 252.95

Real Data Corp 24.00

U.S. Postal Service 819.78

N.H. Municipal Association (Seminar) 1 5.00

Brownham Publishing Co 28.45

Harold McDonald 137.60

$9,245.69



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY

As of December 31, 1981 ■ June 30, 1982

Town Hall, lands and buildings $ 21 ,000

Libraries, lands and buildings 35,200

Furniture and equipment 3,500

Police Department, equipment 11 ,500

Fire Department, lands and buildings 67,600

Equipment 53,500

Highway Department, equipment 500

Parks, commons and playgrounds 7,500

Schools, lands and buildings, equipment 788,000

Recycling Center, land & equipment 18,600

Conservation land 129,200

TOTAL $1,136,100

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TOWN TREASURER'S REPORT
For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1982



RECEIPTS

Balance, January 1, 1982 $ 90,722.95

Receipts, 1 982 1,255,845.37

$1,346,568.32



EXPENDITURES

Expenditures, 1982 $1,270,369.60

Balance checking acct. Dec. 31, 1982 76,198.72

$1,346,568.32

Surplus funds
Certificate of Deposit, BankEast $ 100,000.00

BankEast

Bank Book No. 105518 (Surplus Fund
Acct.)

Balance, January 1, 1982 $ 105.44

Interest, 1982 5.99

Withdrawal, 1982 (returned to General
Fund) -111.43

Balance .00

Bank Book No. 97781

(Revenue Sharing Acct.)

Balance, January 1, 1982 $ 507.50

Deposited, 1 982 7,341 .00

Interest, 1982 215.24

Withdrawal -7,848.00

Balance $ 215.74

Transfer of funds to the Trustees of Trust Funds
(Refuse Center Fund - Art. 9, 1982 Town Meeting)$ 15,000.00


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